Plane Lands For Bathroom Break

Plane Lands For Bathroom Break

A flight from New York City to Seattle experienced to make a stay in Billings, Mont., following the bathrooms stopped working.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Hello. I’m Rachel Martin. Flying across the country takes a lot of hours, right? Air travel attendants keep coming around with normal water and all that no cost Diet Coke, so you can imagine the condition when the toilets stopped focusing on a Delta trip from New York to Seattle. The pilot experienced to make an emergency bathroom break in Billings, Mont. Delta said there is no gate available when the plane landed, so floor crews rolled up a stairway and passengers could disembark to come across relief of built-up pressure. It’s MORNING EDITION.

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